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WSU recommends meeting with academic advisers

In a few weeks, fall semester will end, and many Weber State University seniors will put on the cap and gown. For some students, though, the excitement will be short-lived. Many seniors reach their final semester only to find out they are missing credits or have not met the expectations for graduation. “When a student […]

The Utah Jazz got their first win of the season Wednesday night. I know, I know, it’s just one win, right? For most teams, yes, but for the Jazz, this is more than just one win. This is for the 25- and 20-point blowout losses. This is all of the frustration from being winless. I […]

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When a Broadway show ends, you experience a curtain call. It’s at this point an audience will clap, hoot and holler because the actors have put on a great show. The villain has been vanquished, and the hero is rising to a standing ovation. The characters are introduced and show their gratitude by bowing. The BCS system is […]

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When it comes to Utah professional sports, the popular word around town seems to be patience rather than win. Unlike some fans in Utah, I don’t think patience is a bad thing. It seems as though the win-now mentality train has left the Union Station, bound for places like Miami, Brooklyn, L.A. and Houston. This idea has caused teams […]

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One teacher is dead, and two students were wounded on Monday when another student entered and opened fire at a Nevada middle school. This tragedy, no doubt, will reignite the debate across America about gun safety, and Weber State University is not immune to it. The questions of whether students should be allowed to carry […]

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Ogden’s Your Community Connection is asking for student donations to help expand its domestic violence shelter. The YCC has been part of Weber State University and the Ogden community for many years. The donations will help pay to expand the center, a necessary upgrade due to a lack of space. Julee Smith, the executive director at […]

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